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Re: Fw: Re: new purchases


Um... Gene,
Kitty is in zone 5, so am I. Fernwood, although northeast of me has a micro 
area there due to the lake. They are zone 6. Found that out the hard way when 
I purchased some plants from there. Did wonderful there, died the first 
winter here:(

Donna

In a message dated 2/21/03 7:37:14 AM Central Standard Time, 
genebush@otherside.com writes:


> Hello Kitty,
>     Your hort ed is wrong... thankfully. Sometime it is good to simply be in
> error on one's opinions. Check with Fernwood Botanical Garden. They  have a
> very long list of species and cultivars they are growing up there. 

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